Fully-hosted (cloud)

To deploy Cameyo for Linux in the cloud, in your Cameyo portal:

  1. Navigate to Servers and select "Add".
  2. Click the Windows logo and switch it to Linux as shown below.
  3. Click "Create now".

Self-hosted (on-premises)

To deploy Cameyo for Linux on your own Linux Debian 11 server, proceed as following:

  1. Download and extract
  2. Run as administrator (sudo) and then
  3. Restart the Cameyo server

Publishing your first application

Once your server is provisioned, it will appear in your Servers page:

Click on your new server. You should see the following:

Click "Start now". You should see this:

Click the Terminal app:

Install the application you would like as an administrator (sudo). Once installed, you can publish apps using the following Cameyo command lines:

Listing installed applications:
cameyo -publish app-list
Publishing a listed application:
cameyo -publish app [app_name]
cameyo -publish app "Google Chrome"
Publishing an application by command-line:
cameyo -publish cmd [app_name] [command_line_with_arguments] [icon]
cameyo -publish cmd "Chrome" "/opt/google/chrome/chrome --kiosk" \ /usr/share/icons/hicolor/128x128/apps/google-chrome.png

Step-by-step examples: app installation and publishing

Example #1: Visual Studio Code

sudo apt-get install wget gpg
wget -qO- | gpg --dearmor >
sudo install -D -o root -g root -m 644 /etc/apt/keyrings/
sudo sh -c 'echo "deb [arch=amd64,arm64,armhf signed-by=/etc/apt/keyrings/] stable main" > /etc/apt/sources.list.d/vscode.list'
rm -f
sudo apt install apt-transport-https
sudo apt update
sudo apt install code

And then:

cameyo -publish cmd "Visual Studio Code" "/usr/share/code/code --unity-launch" /usr/share/code/resources/app/resources/linux/code.png

Example #2: LibreOffice

sudo apt install libreoffice

List the installed modules:

cameyo -publish app-list

cameyo -publish app "LibreOffice"
cameyo -publish app "LibreOffice Calc"

If you go back to your server's page, you will then see the published apps: